Calm seas with no significant pressure systems

Sunday 6th November 2016

A long and wide trough of low pressure dominates the western Atlantic from Hispaniola to the Grand Banks of Newfoundland. This has swept up the low pressure cell which passed clear of Bermuda on Friday. There is no other significant activity across the region which is likely to be of any interest over the next few days. There is a strong temptation to ring down Finish With Engines on our daily reports for the 2016 season, but a few low pressure flurries are worth watching a little longer.

Stand easy.